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2 edition of **Spaces of functions and sets** found in the catalog.

Spaces of functions and sets

R. B. Sher

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Published
**1977**
by Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics, Guilford College, Dept. of Mathematics in Greensboro, N.C
.

Written in English

- Topology.,
- Set theory.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by R.B. Sher. |

Series | Monographs in undergraduate mathematics -- v.1 |

Contributions | Guilford College., Conference on Undergraduate Mathematics (1975 : Guilford College) |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA611 .S54 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 40 p. : |

Number of Pages | 40 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14810565M |

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Publisher Summary. This chapter describes the concept of the power of a set in mapping. The mapping f: X → Y is said to be one-to-one if,(x 1 ≠ x 2) ⇒ [f(x 1) ≠ f(x 2)] or, equivalently, if, [f(x 1) = f(x 2)] ⇒ (x 1 = x 2).The chapter presents a theorem that states that the inverse of a one-to-one mapping is one-to-one for f = rically, the transition to the inverse. Basic Point-Set Topology 3 means that f(x) is not in the other hand, x0 was in f −1(O) so f(x 0) is in O was assumed to be open, there is an interval (c,d) about f(x0) that is contained in points f(x) that are not in O are therefore not in (c,d) so they remain at least a ﬁxed positive distance from f(x0).To summarize: there are points.

This book makes a significant inroad into the unexpectedly difficult question of existence of Fréchet derivatives of Lipschitz maps of Banach spaces into higher dimensional spaces. Because the question turns out to be closely related to porous sets in Banach spaces, it provides a bridge between descriptive set theory and the classical topic of. a set Ain Rn is the minimal convex set containing A, denoted conv(A). Equivalently, conv(A) is the set of all convex combinations of points from A. Recall that a convex set Kin Rnis called symmetric if K= K(i.e. x2Kimplies x2K). A bounded convex set with nonempty interior is called a convex body. Let Xbe an n-dimensional Banach space.

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